We produce every piece under the policy to use materials from renewable resources, materials that naturally exist rather than relying on synthetics.If we use more renewable resources, it would be easier to recycle in terms of upcycling following circular design. Taking account that recycling industry is not full developed and most of garment ends in landfill, we have to design as less impact possible with the existing recycling industry not just offering less footprint impact that can not get in a real circular economy as happen with biobased materials. After lifetime use our undyed plant-based gartments biodegrade completely within about five months in soil in ambient temperature, needless to say removing zip. For now there are studies that confirm that lyocell is certified by Lenzing as home compostable (TUV Austria). We have reduced to the minimum non-renewable resources, using them when we don’t have any other choice in terms of a lack of technology or to balance the durability of the whole product, this occurs with the metal in zip and the nylon in the neckline reinforcement. We are optimistic and think the more sustainable product consumption is substituted for the massive over-consumption; this will lead to more technological investments and legal requirements to achieve whole apparel and footwear produced in renewable resources
One of the problems of synthetic is the life cycle including its reliance on non-renewable fossil fuels as a raw material and for energy use. The use of synthetics continues to grow, mostly due to polyester – which currently makes up 60% of the fibres used in clothing.This has serious consequences for the climate, perpetuating the demand for fossil fuels as a raw material and using large amounts of energy for production, with polyester generating 3 times more CO2 emissions than cotton. One of the problem is that 80 per cent used textile and shoes are disposal from which 56 per cent finished in landfill at their end of life  and the rest are incinerated which creates harmful air emissions.
We must protect the planet and its resources for future generations. Since fossil fuels take millions of years to create, they are non-renewable. Once the resources are depleted, we will not be able to extract any more. For this reason, it is important to conserve fossil fuels by using them as sparingly as possible in important uses and finding alternative materials and sources of energy, preventing these valuable resources going to waste. Renewable resources should deliver significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions compared to fossil-fuel-based systems.
The creation of synthetic materials requires the use of large amounts of toxic chemicals. Polyester use antimony as a catalyst. Antimony is a carcinogen, toxic to the heart, lung and liver and skin. During the Pet production process it is locked into the finished polymer and not a concern in human health, says industry. The problem is antimony is expelled with the wastewater into our rivers. (175ppm can be leached during dying process). Countries that can not afford technologies to remove it release antimony to open waters. When polyester is finally incinerated is released a gas ( antimony trioxide). And during Pet production it produces a sludge that when incinerated creates ash which contains antimony, arsenic and other metals.